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public toilet? >> us grows. >> yes. this is the image i have a public toilets. my town's public parks, including this one. garbage everywhere. buildings covered with graffiti. fields bear of grass. caring is not necessarily sharing. this part now so nice. it's under the management. john: but that goes against what people expect. >> this is a privately managed property. >> really? john: even the tour let's are better. because when you own something you take care of it. when no one owns it nobody takes care of it. nobody watches a rental car. >> people destroy the other, a property like much of the world's rainforests, american settlers nearly killed. now we are overfishing the ocean . no one really cares about it. no one really takes care of it. that's our show tonight. >> hands now john stossel. john: the idea of sharing, communal property. it does lead to what economists call the tragedy of the comic. the tragedy because nasty things happen when everyone on something. i first heard that phrase and a story about some shepherds who live around a grassy area they call the commons. of th
. >> this is the image of public toilets. in my town public parks including this one used to look gross. garbage and graffiti. >> sharing is not necessarily caring. sharing can mean neglect but then why is this park so nice because it's under new management. private management. >> it goes against what people expect. >> this is privately managed park? >> really. i did notice last week. >> john: even the toilets are better. >> they clean them very nicely. >> when you own something you take care of it. when no one owns it, nobody takes care of it. nobody watches a rental. >> people destroy other property like the rain forest. settlers killed nearly almost all of the buffalo. now, we are overfishing the ocean. >> when nobody owns it nobody takes care it. it's the tragedy of the commons. that is our show tonight. >> hands now john stossel. >> john: we like the idea of sharing, communal property but it does lead to one economists call the tragedy of the commons because nasty things happen when everybody owns something. i first heard that phrase and a story about some shepherds who live around a grassy
people -- >> ten seconds. >> i agree. it is -- we are way too used to it in our society. >> lou: thank you very much for >> sharing is caring. it can be fine. and when i asked, public or private, most people said,. >> public. >> of the was private that would charge your feet. >> public, otherwise you wouldn't be here right now. >> is that true? john: supermarkets are trying. so our churches. both are more accessible than public-school. also, public sometimes not very nice. what comes to mind when you hear the words public toilet? >> us grows. >> yes. this is the image i have a public toilets. my town's public parks, including this one. garbage everywhere. buildings covered with graffiti. fields bear of grass. caring is not necessarily sharing. this part now so nice. it's under the management. john: but that goes against what people expect. >> this is a privately managed property. >> really? john: even the tour let's are better. because when you own something you take care of it. when no one owns it nobody takes care of it. nobody watches a rental car. >> people destroy the other, a pr
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